2007 Hyundai Tucson SUV SE 4dr SUV 4WD (2.7L 6cyl 4A)
I have had my 2007 Tucson for 5 years. Never had a major mechanical issue. Only real problem I have had is a rubber transmission line burst at about 117,000 miles (Now has 121K miles).
Has good acceleration, excellent storage space and low maintenance costs. Gas mileage is not good.
I've had this car for 5 years now and with 107,000 miles it has never given me an issue.
Good around town, on the highway, and decent in the mountains.
Found. Snow tires are a must if you have to get out in heavy snow!
Comfortable, reliable, with good cargo capacity.
Gas mileage is poor for this class. Average 15 in the city and 24 on the highway.
Suburban driving usually comes in around 18 mpg.
I bought my 2007 Hyundai Tucson SE 4dr SUV (2.7L 6cyl 4A) at the end of 2007. I thought i had done significant research, but I must have missed the complaints about gas mileage. Although I really like the feel of the car, I expected better than 14mpg city and 18 hyw. I change my oil every 3k and have never missed a scheduled maintenance. The quilaity of paint is also very poor. Scratches very easily.
I love that the seats all fold flat. It looks like a very small SUV but you can really fit lots of stuff in the back.
2007 Hyundai Tucson SUV Limited 4dr SUV (2.7L 6cyl 4A)
I am a used car dealer.
Bought this Tucson for my wife for fuel economy and it was a nice suv. Engine already making ticking noise with 40,000 miles.
Went to Hyundai, they refused to fix.
Said it was normal wear and tear. A Hyundai tech stated it needed a head job and that it should be covered under warranty.After talking to the service dept director, he refused to service it since it had been in an accident. Even though still a clean title with 40,000 miles, it wasn't covered under warranty. The accident was on the side doors.
Nothing to do with engine. Reviews online state a lot of people with the same problem.
Going back to Chevy.
No more Hyundai. 100,000 miles warranty? NOT!
Cute, roomy, nice.
Why buy it if it has a known issue that Hyundai won't fix.
Go back to hydraulic lifters.
Solid ones take a beating and force them to wear out faster. In regards to warranty?
I wouldn't believe it.